In another NASCAR/IndyCar crossover, championship winning crew chief Cole Pearn will join Ed Carpenter Racing for the 2020 Indy 500.
After suffering two accidents during his debut race event in the NTT IndyCar Series, Ed Carpenter Racing’s Rinus VeeKay has apologised to his team. His boss, Ed Carpenter, said post-race that Rinus had not listened to his advice.
Andretti Autosport’s Zach Veach has said that he is “very happy” after equalling his career-best NTT IndyCar finish at Texas Motor Speedway in the Genesys 300. The American started fifth and finished fourth.
Conor Daly will compete in thirteen races of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series after being signed by Ed Carpenter Racing as a part-time driver. He will share the #20 Chevrolet with Ed Carpenter.
Takuma Sato has taken his second win of the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series at Gateway Motorsports Park. Ed Carpenter and Tony Kanaan completed the unlikely podium line-up.
Will Power has taken his third win at Pocono Raceway in the last four years in the 2019 ABC Supply 500, a race marred by another scary accident in the early stages.
The wait is almost over. The 2019 Indianapolis 500 takes place this Sunday, with thirty-three drivers set to take the green flag and attempt to win one of the most historic races in all of motorsport. Here is everything you need to know ahead of the 103rd edition of the greatest spectacle in racing.
2019 Indy 500 pole-sitter, Simon Pagenaud, set the fastest time in the penultimate practice session prior to this Sunday’s race. All four Penske drivers were in the top ten, whilst Alexander Rossi showed impressive pace whilst overtaking other cars.
After becoming the first French Indy 500 pole-sitter in 100 hundred years, Team Penske’s Simon Pagenaud has given thanks to the team for giving him the pole-winning #22 Chevrolet.
Simon Pagenaud will start on pole position for the 2019 Indianapolis 500. The Frenchman claimed his first pole for the famous race with Team Penske, whilst Fernando Alonso was eliminated from the field alongside Carlin’s Patricio O’Ward and Max Chilton.
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Spencer Pigot took the fastest time of the first day of 2019 Indianapolis 500 qualifying today. He will be looking to secure pole position tomorrow, whilst Fernando Alonso, James Hinchcliffe, Sage Karam, Patricio O’Ward, Max Chilton and Kyle Kaiser fight for the final three spots on the grid.
Conor Daly was the fastest driver on Fast Friday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway today. The American set the fastest lap of over 231-mph, with Ed Jones leading the way on the no-tow list heading into Indy 500 qualifying this weekend.